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Old 02-12-2012, 10:49 AM
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Originally Posted by StihlMechanic View Post
I am willing to bet you just made a good investment by taking the course. Last summer I saw more irrigators running around than lawn companies. I wanted a peice of the pie, too. It makes perfect sense to get licensed to survive another drought.

Once you complete the course you have to take the exam, correct? I read the closest place was in Mesquite.
If the drought this year is as bad as last year no one will need irrigation repair work done due to water restrictions.
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